Cumulative Rainfall Map

  

August 30 (7:00a) - September 4 (7:00a), 2001

Off and on again light rain with imbedded showers and a few thunderstorms occurred over the CHARM network during the period from August 30 - September 4, 2001. This period of rain came after nearly 10 days of dry weather. Rainfall amounts over the CHARM region exceeded 2.00 inches for the 5 day total. Regions which exceed 3.00 inches (green to red) were prevalent in the southwest and northern part of the network. Several isolated pocekts of 4.00 plus rain occurred on Green Mountain and east of Monte Sano where network maximum of 4.74 inches occurred for the 5 day period. The Madison/Limestone County line region received the smallest totals barely exceeding 2.40 inches.

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